Change Manager Datasheet | Database Change Management


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Change Manager’s compare, synchronization, data masking, and auditing capabilities let you track and report on changes, roll out new releases, and pinpoint performance problems resulting from changes at the data, schema and database configuration levels.

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Change Manager Datasheet | Database Change Management

  1. 1. design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it Embarcadero Change Manager DATASHEET build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ® ™ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it Database Change Management build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it ∙ design it ∙ build it ∙ run it Embarcadero® Change Manager™ helps database administrators and developers Key Features simplify and automate database change management to streamline development • Schema “archive” and ensure availability, performance and compliance. Change Manager’s compare, capture, compare and synchronization, data masking, and auditing capabilities let you track and report on changes, synchronization roll out new releases, and pinpoint performance problems resulting from both planned and • Data compare and unplanned changes. Change Manager supports IBM® DB2® for LUW, Microsoft® SQL Server, synchronization with Oracle®, and Sybase® from a single, easy to use interface. custom mapping features • Simplify and automate database change management • Configuration settings archive and compare • Streamline development cycles • One-to-many comparison • Ensure database availability, performance, and compliance jobs Simplify and automate databaSe • Advanced alter script change management generation; handles object dependencies Organizations struggle to adopt reliable, repeatable, and efficient and preserves data processes to manage database changes: you want to ensure that • Integrate with Source changes applied to production make it back into the database Code Control (SCC) design, development, and test environments; you want to easily bundle changes Select schema objects and types together for migration between environments; and you want to keep track of tables, for comparison or archive jobs. • Command line API procedures, settings, and privileges. A tool designed to handle database change • Flexible reporting formats, management tasks can simplify processes, streamline complex tasks, including HTML, PDF, reduce the chance for errors, and minimize downtime. XML, CSV, RTF Change Manager is a database comparison, alter, and New! in synchronization tool that generates reports and reconciles differences between databases, tables, schemas, and other database objects. Change Manager 5.1 With Change Manager you can easily compare any two databases • Data Masking – shuffle and create schema and configuration baselines. Sophisticated object or randomize tables mapping features let you select only what you need and accelerate and columns in a data your comparison jobs. compare job • Cross-DBMS schema Streamline development cycleS compare between Oracle<>SQL Server and Each day development teams create new applications, modify compare and synchronize Sybase ASE<>SQL Server schema and data between existing ones, and roll out customizations or updates to packaged applications that heterogeneous databases. involve changes to the underlying database. Developers need to collaborate with each • Support for InterBase 2007, other, DBAs, and data modelers to successfully coordinate change across the development lifecycle. 2009 and Firebird 1.5, 2.0 Change Manager offers developers visibility into what is happening within the development, test, and • Auto-synch for schema production environments. They can capture a snapshot of changed objects and automatically generate a and data compare jobs change script, eliminating the need to determine the correct syntax for dependant objects and ensuring that • Full Unicode support data is preserved. Change Manager integrates with source code control (SCC) software so developers can • And much more! easily correlate SQL, schema or reference data changes with application code changes by linking an archive with the corresponding version of the application code within the SCC repository. Realistic test data is critical to producing the best application code. Change Manager’s data masking features helps protect data privacy in the development lifecycle by creating accurate test data and then quickly moving the masked, yet realistic and fully functional data from Production into Development or Test environments. This ensures accurate testing while protecting personally identifiable information (PII.) enSure databaSe availability, performance, and compliance DBAs are responsible for safeguarding database performance and availability while ensuring that database configurations adhere to regulations. Change Manager helps DBAs track changes to structures, users, permissions, and database settings. Change Manager also allows DBAs to specify configuration standards, which can be used to check hundreds of databases and quickly identify security risks. It reports on points in time – or differences between points in time-saving DBAs hours of troubleshooting while ensuring compliance with policies and define expected database configuration performance standards. values and ranges, and then run a comparison job to check for compliance.
  2. 2. general features description personal Standard professional ultimate Support DBMS Specific Deep functional support for DB2 for DB2 for LUW, Firebird, InterBase, Oracle, SQL Server x x x x Features and Sybase. Change scripts leverage DBMS-specific features including objects, options and syntax Source Code Control Integration with third-party source code control products supported via Eclipse Team API x x x x Integration for sharing archives, sync scripts, jobs, datasources, and job results Job History Track previous comparison runs and reload results to generate synchronization scripts x x x x and results SQL Editor Code folding, syntax highlighting, error identification, outline view x x x x Unicode Support Full support of Unicode characters x x x x Flexible Reporting Supports HTML, PDF, XML, CSV, and RTF reports for all job types x x x Command Line API Command-line generation wizard generates batch or ANT scripts with multi-job execution x x Email Notification with Configurable email notification via JavaMail. Open API allows users to create their own x x Open and Extensible API customized notification extensions via Java/Eclipse Data Source Connections Supports a specified number of databases under management, for each licensed 5 10 25 unlimited DBMS platform Schema & Configuration Management personal Standard professional ultimate Schema Archive and Capture an archive of a schema and then compare and view differences between the x x x x Compare archive and live database, archive, to archive or compare live databases. View results of prior schema comparison executions at any time. Advanced Alter Generation Generate alter scripts to synchronize selected objects or restore to a prior state. x x x x Handles object dependencies, and preserves data Flexible Object Reporting Capture an entire database or narrow selection by object type, owner, a specific set of x x x x named objects, or wildcard filtering Manage Server Objects Support for server objects within archive and compare jobs, e.g., rollback segments, x x x server triggers, and database devices Manage Database Archive and compare database configuration settings x x Configurations Manage System Objects Support for system objects within archive and compare x x Cross-DBMS Schema Schema comparison and synchronization between Oracle <> SQL Server and x x Compare Sybase ASE <> SQL Server Schema Auto- Automatically synchronize the target to match the source once there is a successful x x synchronization comparison. One-to-Many Compare Compare one source against multiple targets, inside of one job x x data compare and Synchronization personal Standard professional ultimate Cross-DBMS Data Compare Compare and synchronize data either inside of one database, or between two different x x x x databases Automated Object Automatic mapping of tables by primary key or unique index. Manually override table x x x x Mapping mapping or match keys Configurable Comparison Control comparison jobs with options such as ignoring training spaces and mixed case; x x x x Options match empty strings with nulls Data Auto-synchronization Automatically truncate the target data as data from the source is streamed to the target. x x Compression Comparison Quickly compare large volumes of data, particularly effective with wide rows and over x x slower networks Data Masking Shuffle or randomize columns in a data compare job with auto-synchronization x audit & compliance reporting personal Standard professional ultimate Configuration Standards Use custom or live configurations parameter values to create standards. Audit database x x configurations to check for security liabilities and performance standards conformance with other types of standard settings Archive Configuration and Schema and configuration archives provide historical record for compliance auditing x x Schema Settings and reporting Change Monitoring & Define and schedule live database to archive comparison jobs, set email notifications to x x Notification notify when change occurs to a schema or setting Schema Comparison Outlines what objects have actually changed either between points in time, or between x x Detail Report two live environments, including color-coded DDL differences dbmS Support System requirements • DB2 for LUW v8, v9 and v9.5 • 1.2 Ghz processor with 1 GB of RAM • Windows® XP Professional, Windows • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.0, x86-32, • Firebird 1.5, 2.0 • 1 GB disk space Server 2003, Windows Vista (Ultimate GTK 2 or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server • InterBase 2007, 2009 • 1024x768 16-bit display and Business) – 32-bit architecture only (x86) GTK+ 2.x • Oracle 8i, 9i, 10g and 11g • SQL Server 2000, 2005, and 2008 • Sybase ASE 12.5, 15, 15.0.1 and 15.0.2 Download a Free Trial at Corporate Headquarters | Embarcadero Technologies | 100 California Street, 12th Floor | San Francisco, CA 94111 | | © 2009 Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. Embarcadero, the Embarcadero Technologies logos, and all other Embarcadero Technologies product or service names are trademarks or registered trademarks of Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. CM/DS/2009/09/21